Florida righthander Shaun Anderson was razor sharp in his first start in the Cape Cod League, as Frankie Piliere details the most recent summer standouts.


Cape Cod Buzz: Shaun Anderson Stands Out

YARMOUTH, Mass. – Throughout this summer, D1Baseball.com will be your home for all things summer collegiate baseball, with a distinct focus on the Cape Cod League, and keeping you updated on all the elite talent that populates the league’s ten teams. With an eye toward scouting and the MLB Draft, we will provide regular in-depth analysis on who is performing, who is taking a step forward, and who may be players to watch headed into the 2016 college baseball season.

Florida’s Anderson Stands Out

For the first half of this summer on the Cape, there hasn’t been a number of true standouts on the mound that profile exceptionally well at the next level. But, Florida Gators righty Shaun Anderson has put himself high on the list of pitchers.

After making his first appearance out of the bullpen for the Wareham Gatemen, the 6-foot-5 righty debuted as a starter on Independence Day, and to say he was razor sharp would be an understatement. Anderson pitched five shutout innings of one hit baseball, striking out six and walking none. He filled up the strike zone with a variation of speeds and a fastball with command that could allow him to start the next level.


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